Unite the right, it’s time to decide

County of Wetaskiwin residents will get chance to learn about Unite the Right before vote

Dear editor,

On July 22 members of the Wildrose party and the PC party will vote to ratify the proposed unification of the two parties.

You must be a member before July 8, 2017 to be eligible to vote. If you do not have a membership in either the WRP or the PCP you will not have a vote in what will decide the future of Alberta.

That means that a very small percentage of voting Albertans will have a say in the future of our province. If you are concerned about the future of our good country I strongly advise you to get a membership in either party and vote on July 22.

Never in my life has there been a time when we have had chance to decide the future of our province more than now. If you want to know more about the proposed unification of the two parties please attend the town hall meetings or get in touch with any member of either party.

James Cook, Westerose

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